Dec. 22


Dec. 22

Theft: Charmain N.T. Green, 23, of Kensington Avenue, Youngstown, was charged with theft and criminal trespassing after 11 children’s toys valued at $263 were stolen from Walmart. Green, who also was accused of violating a trespassing warning, used a 94-cent sales tag to scan each of the 11 items, a report said.

Theft: A nursing supervisor with a South Avenue long-term care facility reported $200 had been removed from a resident’s room.

Recovered property: An abandoned 2004 Hyundai Sedan was found in a parking lot in the 400 block of Boardman-Canfield Road, where it reportedly had sat for about four years.

Theft: Niles police handed Mitchell A. Adkins, 50, to township authorities. Adkins, of Depot Street, Mineral Ridge, was charged with stealing a $799 power washer Oct. 18 from Home Depot, 7001 Southern Blvd.

Theft by deception: Officers took custody of Sebrina L. Herliska, 50, of Reed Avenue, Campbell, who faced a felony theft-by-deception charge, related to a Sept. 23 situation in which an Oakridge Drive man discovered 18 checks had been stolen from his elderly mother, for whom Herliska acted as a caregiver. Eight of the checks had been cashed and others were made out to Herliska, a police report showed.

Dec. 23

Arrest: A traffic stop near Shields Road and Market Street resulted in the arrest of Akaia B. Hutchins, 32, of Ridley Avenue, Youngstown, who was wanted on a Campbell warrant accusing her of violating a court order.

Assault: A Youngstown woman alleged her boyfriend’s former girlfriend threw beer on her, then attacked the accuser during a Christmas party at a South Avenue banquet center. The victim had swelling to her face as well as minor cuts on her elbows and knees, a report said.

Possible theft: A man reported his $700 iPhone lost or stolen while he was in Southern Park Mall.

Theft/counterfeit: A man and a woman reportedly used nine phony $100 bills to pay for merchandise at Burlington Coat Factory, 529 Boardman-Canfield Road.

Arrest: While dealing with a possible domestic situation at a Hillman Way apartment, officers arrested Charles A. Harmon, 36, of Hillman Way, Boardman. He was wanted on a Campbell warrant.

Harassment: A Glenridge Road man told police someone without permission had logged into his teenage daughter’s Instagram account and posted an inappropriate photograph.

Criminal damaging: A vehicle in the 500 block of Pierce Drive was found with a smashed rear windshield.

Theft: Angel M. Gorby, 35, of West Pine Lake Road, Salem, was charged, accused of stealing from Walmart $36 worth of items that included an easel.

Trespassing: A Walmart loss-prevention official reported a man had entered a rear stock room off limits to the public while wearing an employee vest, even though he did not work for the big-box department store. The man was to have been given a criminal-trespassing warning.

Arrest: Traci L. Mitchell of Plazaview Court, Youngstown, was taken into custody during a traffic stop on Market Street. Mitchell, 26, was wanted on a probation-violation charge from Liberty Township.

Theft: Police charged Dontrell L. McCreary, 24, with purposely failing to self-scan about $101 worth of children’s toys while he was in Walmart. McCreary, of Logan Gate Road, Liberty, also was wanted on one warrant each from Liberty and Youngstown.

Theft: Trudi L. Sharp, 29, of Idora Avenue, Youngstown, faced a charge. Sharp was accused of stealing about $206 worth of items, including undergarments, from Walmart.

Arrest: Police investigated a traffic problem near Southern Boulevard, where they charged Scott J. Wahlman, 31, who listed Boardman addresses on New England Boulevard and Appleridge Drive, with operating a vehicle impaired. Walhman, who also was cited on a charge of impeding traffic, registered a 0.172 blood-alcohol content, which is more than twice Ohio’s 0.08 legal intoxication limit, a report showed.

Theft: John M. Allen Jr., 41, of Camden Avenue, Youngstown, was picked up on a felony-theft charge as police answered a shoplifting call at Burlington Coat Factory. Allen admitted having stolen a 2017 Ford Explorer on Nov. 23 from a parking lot in the 7200 block of Market Street, authorities alleged.

Dec. 24

Arrest: Lamar C. Ware, 44, was taken into custody after having been pulled over on Market Street and charged with operating a vehicle impaired. Ware, of Meadowbrook Avenue, Boardman, refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test, police said.

Theft: Javawnna E. Austin, 24, was charged after police alleged Austin, of Indiana Avenue, Girard, had taken a $20 turkey and other items from Walmart, resulting in a $134 loss.

Theft: A man discovered a $250 smartphone missing from his South Avenue apartment.

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